OIRA: Past, Present and Future

CRE is most appreciative of the comments we have received on the paper: OIRA Past Present Future. April 2. We encourage the public to continue to submit their comments by contacting CRE.

The public will be able to present its views on the paper at a meeting sponsored by the
Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State: September 13, 2019—Cost-Benefit Analysis and the White House Approach to Regulatory Oversight.

Press inquiries at 202.265.2383

A Guide to Those Conducting Research on Executive Branch Operations in the Administrative State

The family of websites developed by the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness should be on the list of databases utilized when conducting research on Executive Branch operations in the administrative state.

Unlike many think tanks the overwhelming majority of the source content therein is not produced by CRE but instead includes must read high quality research conducted by others and so designated as a governing publication by CRE whether or not CRE is in agreement with its content. The material presented therein has been assembled over the half century which lead to  centralized regulatory review in the Executive Branch.

Benefit-Cost Analyses and the Regulatory Budget

See Notice and Comment